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to liver on the streets. we thought this is a common problem, especially in san francisco. and the bay area. although you provide housing, federally funded housing, many of the people that found themselves indigent or homeless chose not to even live in those shelters. instead take to the street. we touch on mental illness and those who will take medication. they don't want to feel sick. they take them and end up on the street. >> he has had some problems. he was cold and he was there. i don't want to take away what the officer did. the homeless person, the so-called homeless person, hillman, he has a major mental illness or drug problem. >> eric: i work with homeless more -- not so much now. >> bob: but back in washington. a lot of problems with the shelters they are dangerous places. a lot of them are afraid. he never claimed to be homeless. he has a long history of arrests for two decades. he has seriously got mental problems. it shouldn't take away from what they did. >> eric: but devil's advocate for a minute. there are instances that you make a donation and they may or may not use that
they only look at likely terrorism things. more information is needed. in san francisco and the other cities, some of the public bus systems put microphone in the seat to do surveillance. imagine if you heard this conversation. there is greg, bob, eric, imagine you were on a public bus and hear what they were talking about. >> that is funny. >> greg: i have never been on a public bus. the only talk you hear on a bus is a guy having a conversation with himself. he's normally not wearing pants. but enough about bill hemmer. >> andrea: bill doesn't ride the bus. >> bob: i talk to a number of liberal since the story broke. they are all furious about it. this is not the liberals behind this. they are outraged. >> dana: the way they deal with the orders and the rule making they put them up on a website. as if it's our responsibility to go to the website and check out the rules. where is the press? six months later she wrote this. ninths later. where are the -- >> eric: i'm okay with it. i'm fine with putting surveillance on buses. >> greg: what? >> eric: listen, i'm all for putting surveillance on
: it happened to my husband's house in san francisco. they know you have weapons and they try to get them. >> greg: some people own guns because they're underthreat; therefore, you are publishing the address of somebody who might be under threat. >> eric: the only people upset with this are people who don't own youngs. i have a browning over/under, if you want to know what the business end of it looks like, come through the house. it won't matter if i'm the "new york post" or "new york daily news" or not. people who own guns, publish it. that is the point. this is a safety factor. this house protected by smith and wesen, you mean business. >> kimberly: i have a bumper sticker. >> greg: this reminded me in allentown where you once lived people would put alarm signs on their houses when they didn't have an alarm that used to tick me off because i pay for the alarm. >> andrea: i had a fake car alarm for the car, i couldn't afford the alarm, so i was one of those people. you are a former magazine editor. this is hardly irresponsible. there is a way to do the story like there always is, they c
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